This year, 5775 in the Jewish calendar, is a Shemitah year. The Shemitah year 5775 ends on September 13th.

Shemitah was commanded to Israel at Mount Sinai and after 40 years wandering in the desert wilderness of unbelief, the Jews  STT_LOGOentered the land of promise, the land of Israel. After 14 more years of conquering the land, the Israelite’s began counting the seven year cycle. The first Shemitah year was the 21st year after the Jewish nation had entered the land.

An interesting fact about the Jubilee year is that it is not observed today because of Leviticus 25. According to Scripture, the Nation of Israel can only observe the Jubilee year when all the Nation of Israel is in the land of Israel. Since all Jews who were exiled in Babylon did not return to Israel, but remained in the Diaspora, the Jubilee was not observed and for that same reason, is not observed today in modern Israel.

This is incredibly significant because Amos 9:11 tells of God raising up the fallen Sukkah of David. The Talmud says, “As it is written, in that day I will raise up the Tabernacle of David that is fallen. Our Rabbis taught: in the seven year cycle at the end of which the Son of David will come – in the first year, this verse will be fulfilled.”

RabbiSo, Israel is now pregnant with expectation. Today, many in Israel believe that the Messiah will return in the first year after the Shemitah year 5775. This is why all of the leading Rabbi’s are pleading with all Jewish peoples to return at once to Israel.  Rabbi Chaim Kanievsky has issued a call for all Jews to move to Israel without delay.

Ladies & Gentlemen, keep your eyes open. We live in a momentous time. We live in a moment in time where we no doubt will be the generation who sees Israel’s Messiah….our Jesus! Look up, our redemption draws nigh!

― Wendell Hutchins II

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